There was no day off for the Lake Hawea and Hawea Flat communities yesterday as they met on the battlefield at Hawea Flat School in the annual Town v Country match.
Sports clubs and community groups in the Upper Clutha will have the chance to learn about how to improve how they operate in a series of presentations run by Sport Central.
This year is set to be a big one for Mount Aspiring College.
Speed limit changes came into effect in central Wanaka today in a bid to make the area safer for pedestrians.
Two people were involved in a two-car, head-on collision near Wanaka yesterday.
Mount Aspiring Rd was closed on Monday night after a large roadside oak tree was deemed dangerous by the Queenstown Lakes District Council.
The talents of Wanaka's painters and printmakers proved to be mightily popular during a three-day exhibition which finished yesterday.
A communication mix-up with Wanaka Medical is to blame for a long Christmas ordeal for one suffering patient.
The weather may not have been picture-perfect, but that did not dampen the spirits of the hundreds of athletes who competed in The Ruby swim events on Saturday.
Enthusiastic cyclists and wheelchair users celebrate the opening of the new accessibility ramp at the Hawea River Swing Bridge yesterday.
A unique dining experience near Albert Town that has been about eight years in the making is nearly ready to open its doors to the public.
There is nothing easy about the Big Easy multisport events held in Luggate each year, although organisers hope they will be easier than last year, when athletes raced in record temperatures.
Bad weather may be forecast, but that is not dampening the spirits of the organisers of the Ruby swim as they gear up to host record numbers tomorrow.
A small hot tub complex could soon be on the way for the Maungawera Valley.
A food-truck village is hoped to be up and running in central Wanaka by winter after being granted resource consent.
More than 100 teams battled heavy rain and strong wind over the two-day Red Bull Defiance multisport race held in Wanaka over the weekend, but were all smiles at the finish line.
The police are pleased to have apprehended few drink-drivers this summer, but continue to focus heavily on the issue in order to get the message across.
The build-up to next month’s Challenge Wanaka is set to get under way this weekend with the second annual TriFactor Wanaka event taking place in the town today.
A group of eight yachts start their race in Lake Wanaka at the Wanaka Yacht Club Roys Bay Regatta, which began yesterday evening.
Smoke billowed through Albert Town tonight after a garage caught fire in Alison Ave.